'I dumped you!' Lamar Odom says
he wanted out of
his marriage...
even though Khloé Kardashian actually filed for divorce

'I dumped you!' Lamar Odom says he wanted out of his marriage... even though Khloe Kardashian actually filed for divorce

Friends of the disgraced basketball star claim he was ready to end their four-year union to focus on his career

   

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Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld star in Romeo and Juliet

A rather good play-writing effort by William Shakespeare, here re-worked for a new generation.

Aaron Guzikowski¿s script makes Gyllenhaal¿s detective look lazy and incompetent

By the end, a film that seemed as if it was going to be a kind of grim masterpiece becomes yet another insult to our intelligence.

The Fifth Estate with Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange, left, with Daniel Bruhl as Daniel Domscheit-Berg

Here comes the story of WikiLeaks to start a whole new wave of tremors.

A turn-off: Even the outstanding actress Saoirse Ronan can't make her character likeable

Director Kevin Macdonald mishandles Meg Rosoff's novel about a teenager struggling to survive in the aftermath of nuclear war.

Taye Diggs and Paula Patton star in the comedy Baggage Claim

A flight attendant serially unlucky in love looks for a husband, but doesn't see that the best catch is under her nose.

The film tells the story of Meg and Nick Burrows on their first visit to Paris since their honeymoon 30 years ago

Meg and Nick Burrows are on their first visit to Paris since their honeymoon 30 years earlier, hoping to reignite a long-extinguished romance.

Barry Gibb

Barry Gibb's wife Linda told him - as the last surviving Bee Gee - to stop moping over the death of his brothers, get off his backside and make music again, writes DAVID WIGG.

The actor (left), who starred as Ron Weasley in eight Potter movies, has performed in a workshop reading of Jez Butterworth's searing Mojo

The actor, who starred as Ron Weasley alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson in eight Potter movies, has performed in a workshop reading of Jez Butterworth’s grisly Mojo.

The trio of thespians were at a workshop, under the tutelage of stage and screen director Mike Nichols

Rachel Weisz, her husband Daniel Craig and fellow actor Rafe Spall formed a theatrical ménage a trois when they spent three weeks studying the text of Betrayal, Harold Pinter's classic play about adultery.

Hayley's the sole leading lady, opposite Harry Hadden-Paton, Al Weaver and Mathew Horne

Hayley's love triangle concerns Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play The Pride, which is seen through two lenses: a late Fifties prism of never daring to utter the word gay and a present-day view, where there’s freedom to debate same-sex issues.